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Re: [K12OSN] OT - Open-Xchange

Another one you might look at is Zimbra, www.zimbra.com. It's all browser-based, with a lot of AJAX so that it seems similar to working with dedicated mail clients. They have a free open source version. The advantage of Open-Xchange is that it works with Outlook; the disadvantage is that it works with Outlook, meaning you're still leaving users tied to platform-specific, proprietary apps. I haven't worked with either of them, but I follow them both (and some other mail systems) in anticipation of needing to replace an MS Exchange system some day.


James P Schwankl wrote:
Hey all,

Anyone have any experience with Open x-change? Anyone using it.


If so, any words of wisdom? Heard anything about it?



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